A new investigation by the NSPCC has uncovered the up to 45% of
children have been exposed to politics while using the internet.
The study finds that while using facebook, looking up boy
bands and stalking their teachers children are accidentally entering
websites that contain harmful political content.
"We only left little Johnny unsupervised on the computer for half an
hour.", cried his mother, "When we got back from the weekly shop we
found he'd been on Daily Mail website. Since then he's blaming his failure to tie his shoelaces, and everything else he does wrong, on immigrants. It worries me sick that he could think these ideas are normal."
A spokesman for the National Union of Teachers is also expressed concern about the influence of politics on the young. "Students are now shouting over each over in class. This is surely a case of them copying behavior they've seen in parliamentary debates on Youtube."